G.V. II Single-bay cottage, early C19. Hammer dressed stone, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. Double-pile. Quoins. Doorway to left of 2-light flat faced mullioned window with projecting sill, probably mid C19. Over, to 1st floor, original 5-light thin…
On the left the River Calder with Stubbing Holme Road. On the right is Calder Place, early 19th century 'bottom' houses, some single storey, with barreled arched stone ceilings, beneath the 'top' houses fronting Bridge Lanes.
Soon after demolition of the High Street and Back High Street houses, c1966. This area stayed derelict for about ten years before it was landscaped. The white building on the left of the picture is the Fox and Goose.
Buildings on the north side of Bridge Lanes and High Street ready for demolition in 1964. In the foreground Calder Mill destroyed by fire in November 1964. Part of the Hebden Bridge Local History Society Archive